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You need: 5 cherry tomatoes 5 teaspoons of low-fat cottage cheese Rainbow sprinkles
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Willard FFA WILLARD Brandon Walcher, Willard FFA treasurer, accepted a $1,000 check from Monsanto trap coordinator Mike Swartzmiller and Willard FFA president Dan Phillips. More than 190 FFA Chapters from Ohio, Michigan and Iowa worked with 3,700 farmer sites to collect data. The Willard chapter sampled 20 sites for which Monsanto donated $50 per site. The Trap Program placed sticky traps in soybean fields in late July to see if the corn root worm adults are laying eggs in soybean fields. Normally rootworms don't lay eggs in soybean fields and the Willard data show only a few isolated cases where this is happening. The rootworm normally lays eggs in corn stalks in fields that were previously corn back to corn. Some of the adult beetles are getting smart and anticipate soybean fields being planted to corn the following year, thus lay their eggs in soybean fields.
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OCT. 20, 1922 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 85 years ago:
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St. Joseph, Plymouth PLYMOUTH This church, located at 117 Sandusky St., will have a turkey/roast beef dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 4. The cost is $7 for adults and $3.50 for children ages 6 to 12. Call (419) 687-4611 for information.
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The theatre's so obsessed With dramas so depressed
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Week of Oct. 22 to Oct. 26 (All meals served with milk)
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AVERY EHOVE Career Center college tech prep student Jennifer Wilber, of New London, submitted the winning design for a lapel pin that was recently distributed to 1,500 members of the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO Intl.) international convention in Toronto, Canada, by the ASBO Chapter. Given as a class assignment to the Interactive media college tech prep and the visual communication design classes, her design was chosen from about 30 entries.
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Jennifer Jackson, of Norwalk, graduated this summer from the University of Cincinnati, with a master's degree of arts. Mary Frey and Allen Harbert, both of Norwalk, along with Amber Enzor, of Plymouth, and Ruth Imperi, of Willard, qualified for the dean's list at the University of Cincinnati for the summer term.
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Norwalk High School sophomore Brooke Weisenberger was recently chosen to perform in the Ohio Music Education Association NorthWest Regional Orchestra. Weisenberger, a violinist, is among about 70 students chosen by audition from a 20-county area of Northwestern Ohio for this group. The regional orchestra under the direction of Maestro Chelsea Tipton of the Toledo Symphony will rehearse Nov. 3 and 4 and perform in concert at 3 p.m. Nov. 4 at Toledo Whitmer High School.
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St. Paul High School has announced the Kiwanis students of the month. Daniel Duncan, son of Robert and Karen Duncan, is a student of the month.
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COLLINS The second-graders of Western Reserve Elementary will be honoring all veterans with a special program entitled "Thank You Veterans" on Nov. 13. There will be two performances of the program. The first will be a special presentation just for veterans and their guests at 2 p.m.
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Many parents think that their teenagers are not very good listeners. According to a national survey, most teens feel that same way about their parents. The book "Children and Teens Afraid to Eat" by Frances M. Berg offers these suggestions on how parents can become better listeners: Pay attention. If your teen wants to talk, give your undivided attention.
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Jean Sandifer, formerly of Norwalk, was recently promoted at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa Florida, Noted the No. 1 family zoo in the U.S. by Child Magazine . Sandifer started at the zoo in August 2006 as a park supervisor.She was recently promoted to the park manager. The zoo has more than 200 employees and more than 2,000 animals on 41 acres which also includes a non-profit Manatee hospital. Sandifer has always had a love for animals and found the perfect place to work.
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Norwalk Public Library The Norwalk Public Library will be presenting another session of "Beginning Knitting and Beyond" from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday at the library's meeting room.
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Someone asked me once "What's your favorite kind of hunting?" and I had to reply, "A type I've not done in a long time." Which is true. I've hunted mule deer, pheasants and prairie chickens in South Dakota, whitetails in five or six states, squirrels and rabbits in multiple states and more. But my absolute favorite hunting quarry is bobwhite quail, and I haven't done it in years. Back when I was a kid in southern Ohio, it was routine to go rabbit hunting in rugged hill country and put up several coveys over a morning. It was great fun because they'd hide in grass or fallen leaves and suddenly between one step and the next, small brown birds would explode all around heading in every direction. I was always surprised and often flock shot the covey, missing every one most times, until I learned to pick out a single bird, lead it, and usually make a hit.
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Oct. 7-14 Matthew A. Schaffer, 38, of Norwalk, director of safety and Linda B. Salapata, 41, of Norwalk, unemployed.
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The Norwalk Jaycees will sponsor their annual Kids' Halloween Parade today. Registration for the costume contest will begin at 12:45, and judging will start at 1:15 at Main Street School. Mayor Sue Lesch, Melissa James of the chamber of commerce, and Joe Centers, managing editor of the Norwalk Reflector, will be judges.
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SHERIFF'S OFFICE A Fitchville River Road, Wakeman, resident reported a suspicious vehicle Thursday.
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The Huron County Master Gardeners will meet Thursday at St. Alphonsus on Settlement Road. Social hour and refreshments begin at 6:30 p.m., the business meeting at 7, with the educational program to follow. Ken Trost will review the specifics of Powerpoint presentations and Peggy Case will present the final segment on good pruning practices.
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The Salvation Army, 55 Whittlesey Ave., will be serving hot meals Oct. 25, 26, 29, 30 and 31. These meals will be served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, vegetables.
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MONROEVILLE Myth: Monroeville's income tax affects a person's pension and Social Security. Fact: It only affects a person's earned income.